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Discussion in 'Woods for Smoking' started by dog1234, May 9, 2012.

  1. dog1234

    dog1234 Smoke Blower

    Hi,

    I have read several post about not adding to much wood for smoking? I assums I start the fire with charcoal? Then add wood for smoke? Keep adding wood at a rate to get the temp to around 200? Then keep it their. Do i add charcoal after the fire is stated?

    Thanks

    Dog1234
     
  2. jckdanls 07

    jckdanls 07 Master of the Pit Group Lead OTBS Member

    It would help to know what type of equipment you are using... normally you would use ALL charcoal for your heat unless you are using a stick burner... when using charcoal for heat you just add 1 or 2 chunks of wood for the smoke flavor every hour or so (when smoke stops add a few more...
     
  3. dog1234

    dog1234 Smoke Blower

    Hay Jck,

    I have a cheap o depot brickman at the moment. If I understand u correctly, I do not use all wood?

    I will be fabricating a iron Smoker in the next few month as I have a fab shop.........

    So use charcoal for heat and wood for smoke.
     
  4. dog1234

    dog1234 Smoke Blower

    O yea Jck what race was your Avitat picture from? I went to Texas a few weeks ago!!!!!!!!!
     
  5. jckdanls 07

    jckdanls 07 Master of the Pit Group Lead OTBS Member

    for me.. that's the way I do it... we'll see what others have to say
     
  6. dog1234

    dog1234 Smoke Blower

    Yea thats probally why when I smoked some fish early this spring it tasted like smoke. I used all oak wood. Not a good exerience.

    I am hoping for better......
     
  7. oldschoolbbq

    oldschoolbbq Smoking Guru OTBS Member

  8. minx boy

    minx boy Fire Starter

    Im a stick burner ONLY! Wood as heat, and as smoke. Thanks to oldschool
     

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